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Internal anatomy of a mature female porbeagle shark. Once eggs ... Facts on File Inc. New York, NY. ... There are three modes of reproduction within the sharks.

www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/blog/shark-fact-sheet

Aug 11, 2020 ... Breeding: Depending on the species, sharks reproduce in different ways. There are egg-laying species (oviparous) and living-bearing species ...

www.livescience.com/28784-animal-sex-great-white-sharks.html

Apr 17, 2013 ... Scientists also don't know how great whites get down to business — in fact, their mating behavior has never been witnessed, as is the case with ...

www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/3PQHSqX4NkFpsCysvfdbf5c/what-makes-a-shark

Sharks and rays come from one big family that evolved over 400 million years ago ... The Ragged tooth shark uses this method of reproduction, but gruesomely the first pup to hatc...

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Reproduction. Unlike most bony fish ... Fecundity in sharks ranges from 2 to over 100 young per reproductive cycle. Sharks mature ...

www.sharkguardian.org/top-100-shark-facts

Shark Facts 100-95: Shark History & Evolution ... Shark Facts 94-89: Prehistoric & Extinct Sharks ... Shark Facts 49-41: Shark Reproduction & Birth ...

bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/f2013/berry_nich/reproduction.htm

This differs from other sharks that reproduce oviparously, meaning they produce eggs ... In fact, some species of sharks have experienced a decline of more than  ...

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/b/blacktip-shark

It's not entirely known how rare this event, called parthenogenesis, is among blacktip or other sharks. Reproduction. During more conventional breeding blacktips ...

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/g/great-white-shark

Find out what's fact and what's fiction concerning the world's most notorious shark . See why great whites have more to fear from humans than vice versa.

www.sharkinfo.ch/SI3_00e/rtypus.html

Reproduction. Whale sharks are viviparous, but they have no yolk placenta ( aplacentally viviparous). The often found huge egg capsules are simply premature ...